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Open Air Westminster of the South, Calvary Episopal Church, Fletcher
Henderson County
Cemetery
(ca. 1920)
Andrew Johnson Monument, Carthage
Moore County
Marker
Jan. 1, 1922
Andrew Johnson Birthplace, Raleigh
Wake County
Marker
Sept. 4, 1928
George Washington Boulder, Lexington
Davidson County
Marker
Nov. 26, 1926
Zebulon Baird Vance, Fletcher
Henderson County
Marker
Oct. 14, 1928
Nathaniel Macon, Littleton
Warren County
Marker
May 25, 1923
James W. Wilson Memorial, Old Fort
McDowell County
Marker
Jan. 1, 1920
Charles Bruce and James Gillis, Summerfield
Guilford County
Marker
Sept. 29, 1923
George Washington Plaque, Hampstead
New Hanover County
Plaque
Nov. 24, 1925
Richard Dobbs Spaight (Sr.), New Bern
Craven County
Plaque
June 7, 1923
Abner Nash, New Bern
Craven County
Plaque
June 7, 1923
Richard Dobbs Spaight (Jr.), New Bern
Craven County
Plaque
June 7, 1923
Col. Thomas Wade, Lilesville
Anson County
Plaque
April 28, 1928
George Washington Plaque, Tarboro
Edgecombe County
Plaque
Nov. 18, 1925
George Washington Plaque, Greenville
Pitt County
Plaque
Nov. 17, 1925
George Washington Plaque, Salisbury
Rowan County
Plaque
Nov. 6, 1925
Signers of the Declaration of Independence Plaque, State Capitol, Raleigh
Wake County
Plaque
March 8, 1927
George Washington Plaque, Guilford Courthouse
Guilford County
Plaque
Nov. 10, 1925
Charles Brantley Aycock Statue, Raleigh
Wake County
Sculpture
March 13, 1924